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A recent study from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute finds that planes are more efficient than cars by a wide margin. The gap between them isn't shrinking quickly, either.

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EV's Spot At The Top Secured For Second Year In A Row

The 2015 AAA Green Car Guide is back to rank the vehicles in the segment. The organization gave the top spot to the Tesla Model S once again, but named the Nissan Versa SV the best buy.

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A new study from the US Energy Information Administration makes the interesting finding that as the number of vehicles in a household's fleet increases, the miles driven on the primary car go up as well.

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A bill in the Washington State Senate would fine left-lane hogs on a sliding scale based on how slow they are going below the speed limit. The penalties come on top of the state's current ban on clogging up the passing lane.

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A dog in Glasgow, Scotland, somehow took control of a tractor and drove it onto the freeway. No one, including the canine, was harmed in the bizarre incident.

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Harry Metcalfe loves Lamborghinis. In his latest video, he drives the new Huracan and parks it next to his Countach to see how the two Italians stack up.

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Steve Sasman Wants To Make His EV The Most-Photographed Car Of The Summer

Steve Sasman, the man behind the Tesla hotel, is taking a 20,000-mile drive in his Model S for four months this summer across the US and Canada. To raise money, he is selling sponsorship to wrap around his car and also wants to invite people along for part of the ride for his video show.

It's the year 2015, and there are still plenty of good choices for those who can't imagine driving without a proper clutch pedal. Click here to see a few.

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Mini is showing Augmented Vision at the Shanghai Motor Show. The bizarre looking augmented reality goggles allows a driver see through the car's doors and pillars while driving and project a constant HUD on the world.

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The Secret Service taught Malia Obama how to drive, and the agency wouldn't even let Michelle Obama in the car with her.

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The US government says drivers traveled 3.02 trillion miles last year, the second-highest tally since it started keeping track in 1939, behind only 2007. Drivers' ages are also setting records, with 44.1 percent of US drivers over the age of 50.

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Paris banned vehicles with even-numbered license plates yesterday to reduce record smog levels.

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A man in Oklahoma wanted to show his support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered community with a vanity license plate, but the state deem the plate offensive and rejected it.

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The odyssey to get the massive RV from the Jurassic Park sequel The Lost World continues in the latest three parts of the ongoing series. The beast is finally able to move on its own again, but can the decrepit vehicle really survive on the road?

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Uber is working with BYD to lease the automaker's E6 five-door hatchback EV to the ridesharing drivers in Chicago, as part of the pilot program. The test already includes about 25 drivers and could grow to around 200.

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An Oxford University study finds that nearly half of the jobs in the US could be replaced with machines in the next 20 years. Thanks to the rapid rise in autonomous vehicle technology, truck drivers might be the first to be affected.

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Following a complaint from Consumer Reports, BMW has issued a software upgrade to the range-extended i3 model that alerts the driver of a low state of charge that could affect the vehicle's acceleration.

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Warm spring weather is usually welcomed with open arms in Michigan, but this year's thaw is opening up potholes on roadways so big one county executive is urging residents to call 911 on dangerous roads.

A few cars, for one reason or another, make traffic almost tolerable. Take a look at six that just might make your weekly commute a little more pleasant.

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JC Whitney is celebrating 100 years in business in 2015. To look back on that long history, the company has picked 10 of the oddest products that it has ever offered in its catalogs.

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A story on FiveThirtyEight suggests that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's bid for a second term could be derailed by the controversial red-light camera program there, with particularly short yellow-light times showering drivers with $100 citations.

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